To advance the college's mission, vision, principles, values and strategic initiatives through continuous improvement decisions.
20 hours a week in office plus some nights and weekends.
GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: Under limited supervision, the part-time Tech Specialist acts as the first point of contact for internal and external groups using Ballantyne Auditorium and coordinates the scheduling and technical support of events in Ballantyne. Also provides box office supervision on performance dates, and supports the Arts and Humanities faculty. This individual must exercise a high degree of independent judgment and decision-making with the assigned duties, be able to prioritize, have excellent computer and technical skills and be able to work with diverse personalities in the department and throughout the college and community. Confidentiality is essential. Some evening and weekend work required.
UNIVERSAL CORE COMPETENCIES:
Advocate for Continual Improvement- empowering each other to identify opportunities for excellence.
Collaborate with Mutual Accountability- working together with a willingness to take ownership and account for our actions.
Champion Service- anticipating needs and create a welcoming, diverse, and inclusive environment.
Perseverance- commitment to excellence even in the face of adversity or delay in achieving success.
Lead- regardless of title, through positive influence.
Supervise Ballantyne Technicians.
Assess the technical needs of the clients, explain the technical functionality available within Ballantyne, and then arrange for one of the techs to cover the event.
Provide technical support to internal and external groups using Ballantyne Auditorium including trouble-shooting issues when Ballantyne Technician needs extra help or is not available
Maintain effective and efficient flow of information through calendars, notes, phone call, memos, e-mail and correspondence.
Coordinate publicity for performing arts events.
Provide box office supervision on performance dates (requires some evenings and weekends)
Answer phones and greet visitors, process incoming and out-going mail, schedule meetings and appointments. Direct walk-in traffic to all areas of the college.
Listen to and direct communications and requests from faculty, staff, students, and the public relating to department business and take appropriate action to refer such communications and/or requests.
Perform other related work duties as assigned.
Deal effectively and courteously with a wide variety of constituencies, and in a very service-oriented manner, thinking systematically.
Assume responsibility; deal effectively with problems, exercise resourcefulness, creativity and good judgment, following policies and procedures.
Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of general office procedures, effective telephone techniques and office equipment.
Access, input, retrieve, and disseminate information for word processing and database applications, including R25 scheduling software.
Work effectively in an environment of frequent interruptions, prioritizing, and multi-tasking using good judgment and demonstrating a high level of organizational skills, dealing positively with deadlines.
Demonstrate a high degree of flexibility and occasionally be able to work overtime hours if needed.
Must be positive and helpful under pressure of deadlines and demonstrate a high degree of flexibility.
Welcome, value, and nurture people of all backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences, as well as support and promote an environment that accepts differences.
The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential job duties/responsibilities and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.
Position involves working in an office setting. Occasional (10-33%) standing, pushing, pulling and grasping. Frequent (34-66%) reaching and viewing a computer and other types of close visual work. Constant (67-100%) sitting, walking, repetitive motion, talking and hearing.
Any combination of clerical and/or post-high school training equivalent to three years of experience OR an appropriate Associate degree.
Strong technology skills, phone skills, excellent computer skills, strong ability to learn new software, and ability to organize and maintain databases required.
PREFERREDQUALIFICATIONS, LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, OR REGISTRATIONS:
Experience in the performing arts and/or media support highly desired.
Experience with theatrical lighting and audio systems and knowledge of the performing arts is highly desired.
Kirkwood Community College declares and affirms that it values and respects diversity and inclusion in all College-sponsored events, all employment practices, and all educational programs and activities. The College will not tolerate unlawful discrimination or harassment of persons on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, religion, or disability.
Anyone who has questions or complaints should contact the Vice President of Human Resources at Kirkwood Community College, 313 Kirkwood Hall, 6301 Kirkwood Blvd., SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404, or by phone to (319) 398-5572, or the Director of the Office for Civil Rights U.S. Department of Education, Citigroup Center, 500 W. Madison Street, Suite 1475, Chicago, IL 60661-7204, Telephone: (312) 730-1560, Fax: (312) 730-1576, Email: OCR.Chicago@ed.gov.
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